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Crawfords Garibaldi Biscuits - 3.5oz (99g)

Crawfords Garibaldi Biscuits - 3.5oz (99g)
SKU: FCC_CRW_GAR
MPN: BIM309
$3.99
$2.74
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    Crawford's Garibaldi Biscuits consists of currants in a plain biscuit
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  • Details

    Imported from the UK, Crawford's Garibaldi Biscuits are best enjoyed with tea or coffee. They are also called dead fly biscuits, because the currants resemble dead flies. This biscuit is named after Giuseppe Garibaldi, an Italian general and leader in the fight to unify Italy. It was first manufactured by Peak Freans in 1861 after Garibaldi visited England.

    Save when you buy 6 or more.

    Net Weight: 3.5 ounces (99 grams)

    Ingredients: Currants, wheat flour, vegetable oil, wheat starch, sugar, glucose syrup, detrose monohydrate, dried skimmed milk, lactose, sodium bicarboniate, salt -- This product contains gluten and may contain traces of nut.

    Please note: This item cannot ship to Canada. Canada prohibits dairy and beef products manufactured in the United Kingdom to be shipped into Canada. Thank you.

  • Additional Information
    Clearance Non-Clearance
    Country Of Origin United Kingdom
    Lowest Bulk Price 2.37
    Season Everyday
    Size 99g
    Product Type Cookies
    Left Overlay Image made-uk-prod.png
    Brand Crawfords
  • 7 Reviews

    7 Reviews

    • 5
      Garibaldi biscuits

      Posted by Marjory D Holcomb on Oct 1st 2020

      Loved them. Just like I remembered them from when I was a teenager, some 55 years ago. Freshness unbelievable. If everyone had a package now, may be the world would be a better place.

    • 5
      Garibaldis

      Posted by Robt Penny on Sep 7th 2020

      I have for decades enjoyed Garibaldis. My taste for them hasn’t changed. However, recently, I have been able to introduce a desire for Garibaldis in my grandchildren, great product.Great taste.

    • 5
      Crawford's Garibaldi Biscuits

      Posted by Carol on Jul 6th 2020

      I used to have these as a kid - then they went away. I was so happy to find them on The English Store website and now purchase them regularly. With milk or tea, they're still delish!

    • 5
      Lovely

      Posted by Taste of Home on Oct 27th 2018

      These biscuits remind me of my New England childhood. They are full of fruit and are lovely with a cup of tea. Not too sweet. Perfect.

    • 5
      An old favorite

      Posted by Lin on Mar 8th 2018

      I was happy to find these old favorites..They seemed a little stale to me, but I always had the “Sunshine” brand before. Still good with a cup of tea.

    • 5
      Love, love these biscuits!!!

      Posted by Miz_Lou on Dec 1st 2017

      I love these biscuits. I ate them when I was growing up, and so glad that the English Tea Store has them.

    • 5
      Excellent biscuits

      Posted by Lifojoy on Nov 10th 2016

      Just the right amount of sweet from the fruit for a tag-a-log to a good cuppa.

Imported from the UK, Crawford's Garibaldi Biscuits are best enjoyed with tea or coffee. They are also called dead fly biscuits, because the currants resemble dead flies. This biscuit is named after Giuseppe Garibaldi, an Italian general and leader in the fight to unify Italy. It was first manufactured by Peak Freans in 1861 after Garibaldi visited England.

Save when you buy 6 or more.

Net Weight: 3.5 ounces (99 grams)

Ingredients: Currants, wheat flour, vegetable oil, wheat starch, sugar, glucose syrup, detrose monohydrate, dried skimmed milk, lactose, sodium bicarboniate, salt -- This product contains gluten and may contain traces of nut.

Please note: This item cannot ship to Canada. Canada prohibits dairy and beef products manufactured in the United Kingdom to be shipped into Canada. Thank you.

Clearance Non-Clearance
Country Of Origin United Kingdom
Lowest Bulk Price 2.37
Season Everyday
Size 99g
Product Type Cookies
Left Overlay Image made-uk-prod.png
Brand Crawfords

7 Reviews

  • 5
    Garibaldi biscuits

    Posted by Marjory D Holcomb on Oct 1st 2020

    Loved them. Just like I remembered them from when I was a teenager, some 55 years ago. Freshness unbelievable. If everyone had a package now, may be the world would be a better place.

  • 5
    Garibaldis

    Posted by Robt Penny on Sep 7th 2020

    I have for decades enjoyed Garibaldis. My taste for them hasn’t changed. However, recently, I have been able to introduce a desire for Garibaldis in my grandchildren, great product.Great taste.

  • 5
    Crawford's Garibaldi Biscuits

    Posted by Carol on Jul 6th 2020

    I used to have these as a kid - then they went away. I was so happy to find them on The English Store website and now purchase them regularly. With milk or tea, they're still delish!

  • 5
    Lovely

    Posted by Taste of Home on Oct 27th 2018

    These biscuits remind me of my New England childhood. They are full of fruit and are lovely with a cup of tea. Not too sweet. Perfect.

  • 5
    An old favorite

    Posted by Lin on Mar 8th 2018

    I was happy to find these old favorites..They seemed a little stale to me, but I always had the “Sunshine” brand before. Still good with a cup of tea.

  • 5
    Love, love these biscuits!!!

    Posted by Miz_Lou on Dec 1st 2017

    I love these biscuits. I ate them when I was growing up, and so glad that the English Tea Store has them.

  • 5
    Excellent biscuits

    Posted by Lifojoy on Nov 10th 2016

    Just the right amount of sweet from the fruit for a tag-a-log to a good cuppa.

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